Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Lilbits: Why is Steam Deck OS based on Arch Linux, why does Google’s Tensor chip (possibly) use a Samsung Exynos CPU, and how to run Windows 11 on Macs with M1 chips

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A new version of virtualization software Parallels is here, and it promises to let you run Windows 11 on a Mac, whether you’ve got a model with an Intel chip or Apple Silicon. Clues about the technology used in Google’s first smartphone processor are emerging, and at least one key component might not be Google-designed at all: the Google Tensor chip appears to have a Samsung Exynos CPU. And a Valve representative explains why the upcoming Steam Deck handheld gaming computer will run a version of Steam OS based on Arch Linux rather than Debian.

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  • Lilbits: Why is Steam Deck OS based on Arch Linux, why does Google’s Tensor chip (possibly) use a Samsung Exynos CPU, and how to run Windows 11 on Macs with M1 chips
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